"The Flying Greek" by Bob Leone

Art work depicts U.S. Army Air Force pilot, Steve Pisanos, nicknamed "The Flying Greek". Steve Pisanos (born in Greece, November 10, 1919 as Spiros Pisanos) is a USAF Colonel (retired) who served successfully as a fighter pilot with the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Air Force (USAF) 4th Fighter Group in World War II, having been credited with 10 victories and thus considered a double ace. While in flight school in Plainfield, New Jersey, he met "Miss Plainfield,” a young woman whose real name he has never revealed. The nose art of his aircraft depicts this girl. By the end of his career in 1974, he received 33 decorations and distinctions.


Original artwork displayed in
San Diego Air & Space Museum
2001 Pan American Plaza
Balboa Park, San Diego 92101

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$4,500
Print and framing same size as original hanging in museum. Overall size approximately 40" x 28". Price includes: one Fine Art Giclée Canvass print in metal frame with matting, metal nameplate, non-glare glass and all shipping and handling to anywhere in the United States! Signed by artist. Colors may not be exactly as seen on computer screen.

$1,500
Print size approximately 36" x 24". Price includes one Fine Art Giclée Canvass print and all shipping and handling to anywhere in the United States! Signed by artist. Colors may not be exactly as seen on computer screen.





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